The full text of this book is available in HTML or PDF format at: . Summary: Creating Game-Playing Artificial Intelligences Summary: Pygame Programming. In my experience, pygame is kind of annoying because you quickly outgrow it. There's no convenient way to share your game with other people. Although this book is designed to help you learn many of the essential skills you'll need to make games with Python and Pygame on your Raspberry. Pi, it's by.
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This book will teach you how to make graphical computer games in the Python programming language using the Pygame library. About the Contributors Author Albert Sweigart but you can call him Al , is a software developer in San Francisco, California who enjoys bicycling, volunteering, haunting coffee shops, and making useful software. I second Phaserjs. You can off course use other tools as well to get something on an Android device that can execute as a game, but special cases would have been mentioned as such. I wonder if someone could write something to compile pygame to HTML5?
It's simple to learn and there is a ton of content online to help you. Once you're done grasping the basics and are able to implement a few standard games using simple tools you should consider moving into more commercially appealling tools, if that's your endgoal of course.
If you're wanting to use Python, it's probably PyGame.
If you don't care, I've had a great time with Phaser. It's intuitive and the project is pretty active and seems to be picking up speed. I second Phaserjs. I switched for my Ludum Dare attempts and it's been great to work with. PyGame's distribution story for events like Ludum Dare was pretty horrible.
MollyR on May 11, I second phaser. I love python, but if you are making games you'll probably want to share them and you can't beat html canvas. It's not comparable. Pygame does some things for you already that you probably need to do yourself in HTML. Depending on what you want to achieve know what you are doing vs fast success you might go either route.
PyGame is a a library or rather set of libraries. There are many libraries that work on Android and iPhone, including PyGame.
HTML5 is also not comparable in that regard. I think he wanted to know about an area where to start learning to code games.
HTML5 and Android are quite comparable from the skill sets required to get your first project done.
In what regard? I'm not really understanding what you're saying. PyGame can be used to make Android games to a limited extent. That's where my question lies. There's no one programming language you need to use for iOS or Android. Android and iPhone are not programming languages.
All are tools to make games. HTML5 is not a programming language.
It's a markup language, meaning that it describes what different blocks of texts mean. The book and the programs are open source, and are available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike license, meaning they are free to copy and distribute.
A print copy can be bought on Amazon.
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